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#CropsInColor in Latin America

Latin America is a large region that looms even larger in the history of food. Some of humanity’s most important crops originated here, like maize, cassava, potatoes, beans, tomatoes and chili peppers. All of these remain basic ingredients in Latin American kitchens, but the cuisines are diverse and so are the crops. Under the #CropsInColor campaign, Getty Reportage Photographers travel across Latin America to uncover the beauty of its crop diversity.

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